A former business partner of mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc has lifted the lid on his troubled life.
Justin Humberger toured the country as a stripper with Sayoc and told that he sent ‘hate filled’ texts before his arrest.
The 56-year-old has been arrested in connection with sending 14 suspicious packages sent to high profile Democrats this past week.
And if found guilty he is facing spending the rest of is life in prison.
His ex business partner, Humberger, has revealed Sayoc sent hateful texts with political vitriol against Democrats and conspiracy theories.
Humberger, 29, got to know Sayoc as they toured America as strippers performing for both men and women.
He revealed the suspect had a 'very strong Republican mindset' who sent out troubling texts.
One read: 'Democrats smear campaign backfired' after Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to US Supreme Court.
And Sayoc branded Kavanaugh accuser Christine Ford a 'Democrat Hack' in a text beginning 'What the enemy of the people media won't tell you'.
Humburger has known Sayoc since 2015 when they toured around the country with a male stripper company.
Sayoc, a former stripper, worked as the road manager, and Humberger as a dancer.
This summer the two men started up an agriculture company but their venture never got off the ground after Sayoc ran into money problems.
Homeless Sayoc had been under a lot of pressure, at one point slipping into $10,000 of debt from a failing stripper tour.
However, Humberger did not think he would snap by allegedly sending off the deadly packages.
He said: “I’m just now getting over finding out. I don't know him to be violent or to have such a strong political view that he'd send bombs to people.
“I was thinking he's an associate of an associate of the person doing this, but now I find everyone's saying he's the guy, it's truly more shocking than anything.
“He didn't seem to have political views to the extent that "this person's wrong so they should die".
The two men last spoke two months ago and Sayoc – who was also working as a chauffeur and a security guard – was struggling to get his life on track.
Humberger added: “He called me out of the blue two and a half months ago. He said the last tour was terrible, and he had to ‘get his life together’.
“He was using that van everyone's talking about on the tour. It kept breaking down, it was putting him in the negative.
“Him having to take on the logistics of touring and the price of traveling was killing him as well.
“The tour had taken him at least $10,000 in the hole. He told me he had to recuperate his losses.
“He was very disappointed with everyone on the tour, and said he had to cut ties and just get his life back together.”
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